Superheroes in the world of comic books are so huge and linked character networks that it is easy to trace who has to do with who. So before Question Woman comes out on June 2, you might wonder that Wonder Woman has anything to do with Superman? There is a family link with names that close, right? Well, don’t let their titles deceive you because these individuals are not associated with great adjectives in their names and originate from two quite diverse universes.
In Batman against Superman In the early Dawn of Justice Gadot’s Wonder Woman avatar was shown, and from this film it is made clear that Wonder Woman and Superman are not from this particular place. The movie will reveal Diana Prince’s universe, and her house is indeed on earth – even in a legendary setting, in contrast to Superman. (Superman states the monster Lex Luthor is from his world at the end of the film and answers, “I killed things before, from other worlds.”)
Considering that the surnatural beginnings in Princess Diana and Kal-El (the birth name of the Superman) customarily dressed in gold, blue and red, it’s logical to suppose that they might be linked. Yet Wonder Woman may be confused with another DC Universe woman warrior – Supergirl. Supergirl has relationships with Superman and traditional representations of his cousin, however Wonder Woman is not associated with this “super” family.
But it doesn’t mean that in other ways the DC comics didn’t join Superman and Wonders Women—by romance. Clark Kent, for instance, married Diana after Lois-death Lane in Frank Miller’s Batman; they both had a son, Johnathan Kent, with him in the comic novel “Kingdom Come,” who was a girl with the names of Lara.
Although there is no evidence that the DC photos would romantize Superman and Wonder Woman (in addition, Superman is not available right now after Dawn), it is useful to know that if the films move in that direction, both the superheroes don’t relate to them. And while they’re not from the same place, Wonder Woman and Superman always have much to do with their background, family or not, to make them aliens.